Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by GaryPuppet, May 10, 2014.
That belly shirt is ridiculous.
That's not how you hold a dog
look, who's the pet "expert"...you or her?
they don't struggle and try to get away with two huge man hands clamped around their neck. every animal expert knows that.
Of course not. Buchwald the genius figured out the only way people could not actively boo and throw things at that dumb cunt is if she holds puppies and kittens. She would drown that thing in a shallow puddle for a television contract. Animals can sense love and empathy hence the reason every animal looks like it is trying to figure out how to jump out of this stupid cunts arms.
At least the puppy isn't in a scary environment like a large noisy crowd or anything.
Where's the YSL purse??
Nice work, Bimba, nobody has ever seen a puppy before.
Yes but this puppy is on stage. Which thank goodness she points out in the tweeb or we might've missed it.
I know it's been said before but, there is really something strange about the puppies when she holds them.
I have never held a pup that wasn't licking my face an basically trying to climb into my mouth.
They just want attention, they want to please.
Pic after pic, all of them look like they would rather be anywhere else.
She's trying to be humble by saying puppy when in reality she's saying look at me on stage
Shit - I hate to say it, I hate Beth as much as everyone here. But her mouth and garish teeth look somewhat normal in this photo.
"Puppy on stage at Billy Joel concert...oh and of course there's MEEEEEEEEEEE!!! I'm holding it!"
Please jesus, let a dog maul her face someday soon. Please. In the name of all that is holy. Thank you.
Of course. She's a cunt.
Wouldn't it have been great to get the 20,000 plus crowd to chant what you said in unison?
That's basically what she wrote when she posted the same photo on Instagram -
bethostern Happy me on stage last night
Apparently Beth the "animal expert" doesn't know or care what she's doing. I work at a dog boarding facility and was required to take a course on handling puppies. They go through development stages called "fear impact" when they are approx. 2-3 months old and 6-14 months old. During those times new experiences should be non-threatening, otherwise they could become fearful as adults. Puppies must feel safe and all social interactions should be fun and positive because any traumatic experience may have a lasting impression. Taking those pups to a loud crowded concert and bringing them on stage to use as photo-ops is completely irresponsible and bordering on animal abuse.